|we 4 my 16|
How to promote yourself on nearthcoast.com.
The twice monthly(ish) digest is emailing out to the 4,000+ nearthecoasters on the list ... click the Singing Postman to go on the list.
Things to do tomorrow should be vote for the Suffolk police crime commissioner (this year the candidates include two women and a green) and perhaps grab your last chance to register for the St Elizabeth Hospice 10th annual Midnight Walk.
|tu 3 my 16|
The weekend before last we saw Bury Saints beat Solent Thrashers 19-6 at home. A scrappy match that in the spirit of Shakespeare's anniversary might be described as a Comedy of Errors. For us the most surprising moment was when the visiting defensive coach was warned for unsportsmanlike conduct because one of his hand signals to his own players could be interpreted as threatening (NFL Rules Section 3 Article 1b). This Sunday the Saints play the Herts Cheetahs, free admission.
May review of house sales near the coast this spring.
|mo 2 my 16|
Sunday week Framlingham soapboxes return to tarmac and on the Market Hill. There are three classes including 5-11 year olds ... assuming they can find a responsible adult to be with.
In a similar vein the weekend after next The Crackling returns to Hog Hill (Redbridge Cycling Centre) for skateboard longboarding and slalom plus new to us a flatland freestyle slide.
Police have named the Thurston teenager who died yesterday and confirmed that he died from an injury caused by an air pellet.
|su 1 my 16|
Two teenagers have been arrested after a 14 year old boy died following a possible firearms incident in Thurston near Bury St Edmunds.
Last Saturday at the opening of the Alde Valley Spring Festival in Great Glemham Maggi Hambling was just as funny as last year, there was someone off the telly we couldn't put a name to, Ipswich MP Ben Gummer with baby son and Alex Johnson being violent towards a dead tree but for us the stars were the country mice.
In East Anglia next weekend two mixed league roller derby events for novices and improvers; Saturday it's The Debutantes' Brawl in Norwich and the following day the triple bouter Pack Is Here in Ipswich.
|fr 29 ap 16|
A slightly weird keyboard shortcut Shift + Windows key + arrow up, this maximises the height of the current window but does not change the width. Shift + Windows key is not the easiest combination if you're a cack-handed typist.
|th 28 ap 16|
JOB Framlingham College Head of Mathematics.
SRN Nearthecoast is in, fiddling with her tick list, pen and prescribing guidelines but still listening (apparently) at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07970 865730
|we 27 ap 16|
JOB(S) Framlingham post office is recruiting a driver postperson, the listing is a little unclear but it looks like more than one.
Crikey! The Earl Soham Vic is opening pretty much all day at weekends for the summer starting this Sunday.
|tu 26 ap 16|
♫ Stradbroke's music festival Stradisphere is looking for an upbeat acoustic act on the Friday.
|mo 25 ap 16|
A 37 year old Saxmundham man has been charged with robbery, racially aggravated assault and criminal damage at the town's betting shop.
|su 24 ap 16|
|sa 23 ap 16|
Entertainments around near the coast tonight include the second and last night Music Hall Moments (comedy, songs and sketches) in the Great Glemham village hall or the FRAmlingham residents have a St George's night of tuck and fun (including ♫ from the Broadside Boys) at Tommy Mills.